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[von; German fawn, unstressed fuh n] /vɒn; German fɔn, unstressed fən/
from; of (used in German and Austrian personal names, originally to indicate place of origin and later to indicate nobility):
Paul von Hindenburg. Unabridged
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  • Ludwig von mises advocated libertarianism using utilitarian arguments.
  • His daughter with ingrid von rosen was born twelve years before their marriage.
  • The area was named in honour of the german chancellor otto von bismarck.
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German, "of, from."

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